Fizzy indie-pop from Deco as they hit The Deaf Institute stage this Tue 25 Jan. The London group will be joined by local talent The Covasettes as support with doors from 7pm. Don’t miss this one!
Now Wave give us something ‘New for 2022’ with their series of Mood Swings shows running from Thu 27 to Sun 30 January this week at YES. Showcasing some of the best new music around, there will be performances from Loose Articles, Freak Slug, Wet Leg and more! Taking place in both the Pink Room and Basement spaces – tickets are priced at £5.60 (inc. booking fee) per show with doors from 7pm each night. We’ve detailed the line up for you below..
Thu 27 (Pink Room)– The Lounge Society + Loose Articles + Idle Hours + Fehlt
Fri 28 (Pink Room)– Wet Leg + Mandy, Indiana + Highschool
Sat 29 (Basement)– Femi Tahiru + Oslo Twins + Clara Mann + The Short Causeway
Sat 29 (Pink Room)– Porij + TV Priest + Henry Carlyle
Sun 30 (Basement)– Freak Slug + Opus Kink + Priestgate + Automotion
This Fri 28 Jan sees This Feeling’s ‘Big in 2022’ grace The Bread Shed with bands Rolla, Rosellas, El Rey, The Facades, The Ruby Tuesdays, Shade and The Lilacs all on the bill. Kicking off from 7.30pm, tickets are only £9 (inc. booking fee) for this! Be quick and grab yours from the link below.
Get down to Night & Day Café this Fri 28 Jan as International Teachers of Pop headline the iconic Oldham Street venue. The ‘Outsider Electronic Pop Group’—brought to you by Adrian & Dean (Moonlandingz / Eccentronic Research Council) along with singers Leonore Wheatley from The Soundcarriers (Ghost Box) & Katie Mason—will be joined by some special guests. Doors from 8pm.
We Are Manchester return to Aatma for their January showcase this Sat 29 Jan from 7pm. The line-up includes new wave punk rock quintet Chicken Man & The Bad Eggs as headliners, plus Hunter & The Wolves and Horsemeat.
The Pentatonic present a headline show from The Marbellas at Off The Square this Saturday 29 Jan. The indie rock band formed back in late 2019 in Ancoats will be joined by The Concordes & James Hartley as support. Tickets are only £7 (inc. booking fee). Get yours now!
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